It's Bitter Sweet Symphony for De Dana Dan
Along the years music director Pritam has delivered some serious HIT music which is why the guy is all over the place and people go gaga over his
name. But his last few movies, he did an average job as a music director. Because of the reputation and goodwill that he carries, people or rather
music lovers expect a lot from him. But somehow he didn't stick to his class in his last few ventures.
In the Ajay Devgan movie All the Best, we missed the Pritam we knew. And now, in De Dana Dan, he is back with the same vigor like before in his
music. With De Dana Dan, this is the 11th film he has composed music for.
De Dana Dan's music is akin to that of Kambakkht Ishq to some extent. The song â€˜Paisa' reminds us of the â€˜Om Mangalam' song from
Kambakkht Ishq. Even The Punjabi pop band RDB, the one who crooned both these songs are getting better and better with their music. The album
has a heard-before feel but surprisingly intriguing. It contains six originals and an equal number of remixes. The song that stands out leaving a mellow
effect is the opening track 'Rishte Naate'. The song is an easy on the ear romantic track crooned by Rahat Fateh Ali Khan and Suzzane Demello.
'Gale lag ja' is yet another tuneful, mushy number that generates interest. And it has been crooned soothingly by Javed Ali and Banjyotsana.
Baamulaiza is a good enough track with some Hinglish lyrics crooned by Mika Singh, Dominique Cerejo and Style Bhai. It leaves a good effect, though
it has nothing new to offer. Sunidhi Chauhan croons â€˜Hotty naughty' that has a pinch of hip hop in it, which will make you groove.
Finally there is the title track 'De Dana Dan', which is full of life and heartiness, crooned by Ad Boys.
On an whole De Dana Dan's music does the trick. With some tub thumping beats, stimulating lyrics and scorching euphony, the music of De Dana Dan
De Dana Dan is about Nitin (Akshay Kumar) and Ram (Sunil Shetty) who are only lucky in love and otherwise their life is a big zero as